Probably one of the most recognisable monuments in the world. The 5000 year old henge monument became a World Heritage Site in 1986 and is managed by English Heritage. Despite years of research and study the reason behind the construction of Stonehenge remains a mystery.
In 2014 the whole Stonehenge experience was transformed with a new Visitors' Centre located about a mile and a half from the stones. Incorporating modern technology to educate and inform making the learning experience interesting and engaging.
Knowledgable staff are on hand to enhance your visit.
Ample shuttle buses and landtrains adds continuity to and from the stones with audio commentary of adjacent historical points of interest.
A path around the stones give a 360 degree view with informative notices, plenty of photo opportunities and audi prompts for multi lingual tours.
I'm sure you will gain lots of additonal questions for the return shuttle bus ride back to the centre.
Discover the story of the original Salisbury, 2 miles north of where the city stands now. The mighty Iron Age hill fort was where the first cathedral once stood and the Romans, Normans and Saxons have all left their mark.
Described as the City in the Countryside, Salisbury retains much of its historic past and makes an excellent short break destination. Salisbury has recently been declared one of the Lonely Planet's Top 10 Cities in the Best in Travel for 2015.
Salisbury Cathedral is one of the leading examples of early English architecture. The main body of the cathedral was completed in 1258.
The cathedral has the tallest church spire in the United Kingdom (123m/404 ft). It contains the world's oldest working clock (from AD 1386) and has the best surviving of the four original copies of Magna Carta.
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Near Southampton. A spectacular 200 acre site, world famous for the Rothchild collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and rare trees and shrubs